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Sep 2, 2010 9:00pm EDT
or virginia right now on this current track. it will mostly be a coastal event, coastal beach erosion. there may be scattered power outages. if this continues on this track, and we're hoping it's making a north-northeasterly turn and running parallel to the coast and farther away, we will see minimal damage. again, it's still too early to tell. we've got to wait for it to continue to make that turn before it settles in. >> al, many thicanks. appreciate your time and being out there in the weather for us. you can see al roker on the weather channel and obviously on the "today" show in the morning. >>> joining us now is the head of the federal emergency management agency, craig fugate. i know your time is precious right now. what is the latest that fema knows about hurricane earl? if you could update us on anything al didn't cover in terms of what areas you're expecting to potentially have a significant impact from this storm. >> i think he covered it. pretty much the outer banks of north carolina to nantucket and the outer banks in massachusetts. they tend to be the two areas we're mos
MSNBC
Sep 28, 2010 9:00pm EDT
of the top-of-the-ticket republicans are running. pat toomey in pennsylvania, john raese in west virginia. rob portman in ohio, roy blunt in missouri, ron johnson in wisconsin. all running on privatizing social security. and this debbie hal vverson adds what it looks like when democrats run against that. you know what issue republicans are even more vulnerable on than they are on social security? abortion. you have to whisper the word because people get very nervous when you say the word abortion in an election year. but in a year when there is a huge gender gap in who is expected to vote and vote republican. and democrats can only compete if democratic women come out in november. you know want to know where republicans are most vulnerable on an oh my god look at the republican agenda ad, it's on the issue of abortion. the roster of republicans who have adopted this once unelectable now standard position of no abortion ever not even in cases of rape or insist continues to grow. nevada republican candidate sharron angle, alaskan republican candidate joe miller, rand paul, colorado republic
MSNBC
Sep 21, 2010 2:00am EDT
that senator jim webb of virginia will vote with republicans on this, and that means majority leader harry reid and the democrats need least two republicans to help them repeal don't ask, don't tell. who might those republicans be? oft-mentioned possibilities are olympia snowe, susan collins, scott brown, and dick voinovich. two of those senators are from the same state, the state of maine. so that's why you had this event organized by the service member's legal defense network and the pop star about whom every continues to say, get her as a guest on your show, to which i continue to show, boy, i'd love to. >> i'm here because don't ask, don't tell is wrong. it's unjust and fundamentally, it is against all that we stand for as americans. in any workplace, there are tensions. there's even more possibility to have tension when you're fighting for your life. but i'm more concerned that john mccain and other republican senators are using homophobia as a defense in their argument, as the nexus of this law, openly gay soldiers affect unit cohesion. like, like it's okay to discriminate or discharge ga
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